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Pituri Creek in west Queensland starts at an elevation of 166m and ends at an elevation of 137m flowing into the Georgina River.
The Pituri Creek drops around 29m over its 316km length.
The Pituri Creek flows through Walayah Waterhole (161m), Zuta (Crooked) Waterhole (156m), Salt Hole Waterhole (155m), Dynamite Waterhole (154m), Lake Wonditi (145m), Nine Mile Waterhole (143m) and Lake Idamea (138m) on its way to joining the Georgina River.
7 creeks and rivers flow into the Pituri Creek. The five longest tributaries are: Linda Creek, Dynamite Creek, Wheelaman Creek, Blackgin Creek and Ten Mile Creek - click here for a full list of all 7 tributaries of the Pituri Creek.
Pituri Creek is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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